Small Wins – The Fight for the Second Amendment

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Sometimes being a Second Amendment (2A) advocate in California can be discouraging. The seemingly endless string of new gun control laws, disinformation, and ever increasing infringement upon basic rights can, at times, make staying positive a challenge. Occasionally we forget that the 2A is alive and well throughout most of Free America and its only in a handful of backward …

The CRP Needs a Contract with California-Like New Theme

Randy Berholtz Randy Berholtz 2 Comments

As the Secretary of the California State Republican Party, it has become apparent to me that the CRP needs to have a precise, carefully worded slogan and statement of our core beliefs that need to be agreed upon and emphasized consistently throughout the coming elections. The Democrats have cleverly used phrases such as “progressive,” “hope,” “change,” “onward,” and the like …

Save the Date! Desmond v. Gomez – Unfinished Business

William Del Pilar William Del Pilar Leave a Comment

A conservative Latino’s view on politics… The 23-year reign of District 5 Supervisor Bill Horn is ending. We’ll know his replacement November 6, 2018. Will it be San Marcos Mayor Jim Desmond – Horn’s chosen successor – or newcomer, legislative analyst Michelle Gomez? Desmond, a steadfast Republican, dominated the primary, but Democrat hopeful Gomez looks to change that. Valleyites and …

Board Of Supervisors District 5 Race Set: Gomez Versus Desmond

William Del Pilar William Del Pilar Leave a Comment

A conservative Latino’s view on politics… The Board of Supervisors District 5 race – an upset in the making! Commissioner Michelle Gomez (D) overcame Jerry Kern’s (R) experience, war chest, and her own late entry obstacles. Resulting in second behind San Marcos Mayor Jim Desmond (R). Setting up the classic battle of left versus right this November. Two good individuals …

Why I left the Democrat Plantation

William Del Pilar William Del Pilar 7 Comments

I wrote this article last year before new year’s thinking I would write about what I wanted to do, accomplish, etc. However, when Senator Tim Scott was attacked in a racist way by a liberal Huffington Post bigot, I changed it up. This bigot represented one of many reasons I knew I wasn’t a Democrat. I’m posting it here because of …

State bill would prohibit private contracts and hurt the most vulnerable

Jerry Kern Jerry Kern Leave a Comment

By Oceanside City Councilmember Jerry Kern As a candidate for County Supervisor, I have expressed the view that the County is in the service delivery business. Residents give the County their tax dollars, and in exchange the County of San Diego is supposed to provide the services they require, hopefully in the most effective and economical manner possible. Some of …